My sense of déjà vu was strong this morning.
As I watched the weather this morning, I couldn’t shake the Groundhog Day feeling as I thought about how it seems Wednesday’s have been the rainiest day of the season.
When I got into the office, I started looking back on Wednesday First Trax and quickly found that my perception was right – kind of.
The first four Wednesday First Trax stories that I clicked on showed that we were waiting for and dealing with some underdeveloped snow with warmish temps. In all honesty, I probably could have looked back even further and probably found the same thing.
I say all that to just say the trends have been strong this season. I know that is a lot of words to make such a simple point, but still.
The good news, however, is that today won’t be so wet.
It will be warm with a passing shower or two throughout the day. The area will remain fairly dry, however.
Despite the gloomy weather this morning, today will be a really fun day to be out on the slope with really good snow conditions.
You can view the full slope report over on the Snow Reports page.
Mike did a great video tour yesterday afternoon over on Facebook. As you can see, there is still plenty of snow to play on with plenty of coverage as we head into the middle of March.
It is great to see the bases holding up as well as they are. It is a testament to how great the end of February and March really was.
As Mike mentioned in the video, if you can sneak away from work this will be a great time to hit the slopes and play.
The weather this week will trend towards what we expect in March – a bit of a mixed bag with some light rain and some dry periods. However, there are still a few weeks left in the ski season.
That will do it for today, but until next time, #ThinkSnow!
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